After a couple days, and learning curve on the ESP8266, the ARMstamp driven web enabled clock is up and in use!
OK digital clocks are no big deal, you can pick them up for cheap on Amazon, and that's what I did. So why would I do that? I wanted to build a clock that would read the time from the web so that I would never have to set it.
Showing my age here, as that was the slogan for Esso back in the 60s, but we have the SDcard interface on the LPC54005.
We have been looking for a higher performance CPU for BASIC. We have chosen to do a port to the LPC54005.
Ahh, the light is visible at the end of the tunnel!
Check the Forum/Projects/Dice-R-Deluxe for the software in a few days
I got used to doing SMT soldering -- have to hold/tape the parts down! The solder tends to pull the device off the pad, when you move the iron. One of these days/years I wan...